Cable Access Solutions
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Cable networks are transforming to deliver higher bandwidth, greater capacity, and new services. To achieve this, operators must build toward a Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP). Cisco’s cable access solutions offer a capable, simple, and cost-effective path to a full CCAP and all-IP infrastructure for leveraging Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and virtualization technologies to virtualize, integrate, and automate the access architecture.
Find out how our cable access solution can help you simplify the network and reduce OpEx.
Cisco’s Converged Cable Access Platform is capable of converging all services, including DOCSIS data services and MPEG video services, into a single chassis. Depending on your existing network architecture and service plans, Cisco offers three approaches to achieving a fully Converged Cable Access Platform, they are: an Evolved CCAP, a Modular CCAP, and a Distributed CCAP.
Cisco’s cBR-8 Converged Broadband Router serves as an Evolved CCAP solution for helping cable operators achieve profitable multigigabit services. As an integrated CCAP product designed for DOCSIS 3.1 the cBR-8 is a full-spectrum platform for converging all services as well as supporting a distributed CCAP architecture (DCA) with Cisco Remote PHY technology.View interactive infographic
The Cisco HFC access portfolio includes nodes, optoelectronics, transponders, amplifiers, and taps—all designed to help you accelerate into the next generation DOCSIS 3.1 and a Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) architecture.
CABLE ACCESS PLATFORM
Consolidate video and data services in the head-end
Deliver improved services across legacy and new
Enable a Distributed Access Architecture with Remote PHY
Extend IP and Ethernet deeper into the network
Remote PHY deployment automation with a simple configuration Tool
Establish a framework for Cloud Native CMTS
A Cloud Native CCAP and Remote PHY provide the foundation for Full Duplex DOCSIS